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Auditory (AER) and Visual Evoked Response (VER) Testing

Combine the auditory output options of the Stimulator with the signal averaging functions of the MP System to perform online Auditory Evoked Response (AER) studies. Display the results and measure the amplitude and time of Fast (2-12 msec), Middle (12-50 msec), Slow (50-300 msec), and Late responses (250-600 msec).

Use the stroboscope and the averaging features to perform VER studies. Trigger the averaging cycle with the stroboscope, or vice-versa.

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